Tourists may get distorted views of Vilnius


It depends a lot on guides what picture of Vilnius tourist groups take home with them. In the space of just a day or two of touring, most of the city’s guides try to provide more than just the key information. When speaking about the important historical buildings in the Lithuanian capital, however, some do not conceal their own personal criticism. It is then that tourists learn about the skyscrapers on the right bank of the River Neris “distorting the city skyline” and the “negligent attitudes” of Vilnius municipality related to architectural heritage.

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